Iceland is selling ice lollies that taste of retro sweets including Fruit Salads and Black Jacks – The Sun

SUMMER is on its way and to get you in the mood Iceland is launching a new ice lolly range based on retro sweets.

It's teamed up with confectionary firm Barratt to come up with the concoctions, which are guaranteed to take you straight back to childhood.

The range includes Black Jack and Fruit Salad ice cream lollies costing a respective £2.20 and £2.50.

For marshmallow fans there's Flump ice cream lollies for £2.50, and there are Dip Dab ice lollies with a sachet of sherbet to dip your lolly in for £2.50.

Lastly, there's a tub of Wham ice cream for £2.50.

We've asked Iceland how many lollies you get in each box and how many calories is inside them and we'll update this story as soon as we hear back.

You can get your hands on the treats in store and online at Iceland from April 20 – and they're exclusive to the frozen food specialist so you won't be able to find them anywhere else.

Chocolate fans will, however, be used to seeing Dairy Milk and Nestle's range in supermarkets.

Just bear in mind the last hour of trade at Iceland is for NHS workers, while you may struggle to get an online delivery due to coronavirus demand.

Although one paramedic recently slammed Iceland for treating NHS staff like "lepers" as the supermarket says they must buy anything they touch.

The minimum order value online is £25, plus an additional delivery charge of £2. There's free delivery on orders overs £35.

Use Iceland's store locator tool to find your nearest.

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